RHYL and District Youth produced a spirited display before eventually falling to a 48-26 reverse at the hands of Mold.

The Dragons more than played their part in what was a hugely entertaining showcase of young rugby talent in the region, with the home side coming undone by the visitors’ physicality in the latter stages of the clash.

Scores for Rhyl were tries by captain Huw Roberts. James Hall, Sol Williams and Owen Evans. Roberts was successful with three of the conversions.

Next week the youth team entertain Cobra RFC youth at Rhyl High School.

The club have also thanked members of the set-up that played a part in the town’s Remembrance Sunday events at St Thomas’ Church and the War Memorial Gardens.

A club spokesman, said: “Thank you to the parents, players and coaches who turned out for the Remembrance service and parade, held this morning at St Thomas' Church and War Memorial Gardens in Rhyl.

“There was fantastic representation from each age group ranging from the Mini Dragons through to Youth, all of whom showed respect and understanding, behaving impeccably throughout the morning.

“The players acted as superb ambassadors for Rhyl RFC, for which the Club is tremendously proud of.

“It was also lovely to see many other players at the service who were representing other clubs and societies.

“A special mention goes to Lewis, Sonny and Osian (u12s) for laying the wreath on behalf of Rhyl RFC and also to Val (Jones) for making the necessary arrangements for the club to be involved in the Service.”